I dont know if Im going to have more problems with code enforcement or not, but I notice a difference in sound by just closing my plastic garage door. a big difference.
I hung 2 sheets 6 inches in front of the overhead door inside and noticed the noise actually sounds less, as if the sheets actually catch or deflect a tiny bit of sound.
I dont want to invest alot of money. I wont invest much.
Im going to hang on a curtain pole inside the garage a heavy tarp or two blocking the overhead door to start.
Might help might not help. Not more than a 20 dollar investment.
Im going to be taking down the lumber rack and the back wall of the garage starting Aug 2 or 3rd when the shed is up.
My point of this thread-Can I just buy some of that pink board or blue boards I see in the borgs and place them inside the open studs in the wall to deflect some sound?
The stuff is cheap, and I dont see why it wont deflect some of the sound back into the garage.
Is there another product anyone knows of that will deflect/soften the sound to the outside of the garage that I can buy cheap and cut quickly and insert between studs?